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November 20, 1981 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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Friday, November 20, 19131 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Paris Memorial Marks 25 Years

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

SCOTT SELIGMAN
. . . son of Irving and Katie
Seligman . . . and Larry
Dresner,- son of Joe and —
Vera Dreiner . . are good
friends and business
partners . . . But there
comes a problem . . . Scott
graduated from University
of Michigan . . . and Larry
is a University of Wisconsin
grad . . . Both schools' foot-
ball teams were in the top
running as Rose Bowl
choices . . . so when Satur-
days came around they sort
of rooted against each other.
Scott and Larry have that
new Home Showtime cable
via satellite which pre-
miered recently at Shelby
Oaks and Fox Lane proper-
ties . . . where 30 percent of
the 656 units immediately
signed up.
Imagine these two good
friends getting the Michi-
gan or Wisconsin genies on
their satellite setups . .
and throwing popcorn at
each other?
Scott and Larry attended
Country Day School to-
gether.
HARRY WEINSAFT of
Kingsley Galleries at
Kingsley Inn on Woodward,
saw a touch of home re-
cently while on an art buy-
ing trip . . . and sitting in
the lobby of a hotel in Swit-
zerland . . There among a
pile of other papers was The
Jewish News . . . which
Harry read with much
enthusiasm . . . and now
tells of our being interna-
tional.
HOLD ON TO your cop-
per pennies . . . they are
about to become as extinct
as a one-cent postcard . .
In December, the Bureau of
the Mint will start making
pennies that are 97.6 per-
cent zinc . . . A thin coating
of the new penny will re-
main copper and look
exactly like the old one . . .
Abe Lincoln and all . . .
But the zinc model won't
feel quite the same . . . 19
percent lighter.
AUDREY PEARL, cer-
tified financial planner, is
hostess of her- own "Money
Talk" show on WXYZ radio
. . . Sundays, 9 a.m. to 12
noon . . . telling how to
plan present and future fi-
nancial plans . . plus an-
swering questions regard-
ing money matters asked by
listeners . . Audrey takes
a lot of mystery out of
money managing.
GOOD
LOOKING
DEPT.. . . Hy Marks . . .
from schooldays of yes-
teryears . . . Crossman
Elementary an_d Hutchins
-Intermediate.
RALEIGH SQUARE
Marketplace opend this
morning at 10 a.m. and will
presently be a Friday,
Saturday and Sunday oper-
ation . . 60 different ten...,
ants have 8x20 booths
. . . None of the food areas
are open yet . . . 15 with
just three 10x20 spaces left

.

. . . They, plus the poultry,
fresh meats and vegetables
will be open in December
. . . A planned restaurant
will follow.
25th ANNIVERSARY
of United Synagogue Youth
at Cong. Beth Shalom is
scheduled for Nov-. 28 . . .
and more past members are
being sought . . . Call Ron
Leff, 552-8165, or Karen
Knoppow, 569-8008.

CONG. BNAI DAVID

hosts a variety of music 8
p.m. Nov. 29 . . . with the
extravaganza •mixing
Jewish classical and popu-
lar songs . . . by solo voc-
alists Sid Resnick, Elsie In-
selman and Cantor Hyman
Adler . . . plus music by
Sam Barnett's ork . . . Max
Sosin will be master of
ceremonies . . . For ticket
info, call Cong. Bnai David,
557-8210.
Bnai David will donate
200 tickets for senior citi-
zens at Borman Hall, Meyer
Prentis Manor, Jewish Cen-
ter and Jewish Federation
Apts.
BEST 'BET OF THE
WEEKEND . . . for sing-
les 23-45 . . . pre-
Thanksgiving dance, this
Sunday, 8:30 p.m., by Sec-
ond Generation Singles . .
at Dewey's in Michigan Inn.
WHERE THEY ARE
. . . Sarah Berg, former
Southfield community rela-
tions director, 14247 River-
side Dr., Apt. 104, Sherman.
Oaks, Calif. 91423 . .
(213-907-8264) . . . Nor-
man and Ruth Kleinman
. . . 1810 N.W. 18th St.,
Apt. 207, Bldg. 42, CB 133,
Delray Beach, Fla. 33445
. . (305-272-1762).
BNAI BRITH SING-
LES has age average 30 to
55 . . . with goal to have
fun .. . Call R' alph Miller,
559-3200.
THREE REUNIONS on
the same night, Nov. 28 . . .
Oak Park High 20 years for
'61 grads at Porter Street
Station . . Mumford High
20 year reunion for
Jahuary, June, August, '61,
at Michigan Inn . . . and
Central High January class
of '52 at Ramada Inn of
Southfield.
OAK PARK CIVIC
Chorus, directed by Charles
Wiener, is among the com-
munity choruses this Sun-
day, 2 to 5, at Athens High
School in Troy . . Purpose
of the workshop is for mem-
bers to hear each other as
the choral groups perform.
ANNUAL YEAR END
ball by Men's Club of Adat
Shalom will have music by
Shel Rott's nrk . . Last
year's event was a sellout
. . . For more info call Adat
Shalom, 851 - 5100.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Murray Hartz . . .
at Providence Hospital.

Asher Hirsch Ginsberg
was best known by his pen
name, Ahad Ha'am ("One of
the People").

PARIS (JTA) — The Paris concentration camps had
Memorial to the Unknown never existed."
Jewish Martyr celebrated
its 25th anniversary last
week.
The memorial contains
the tomb of an unknown
Presents
Jewish martyr and also
houses one of the world's
largest collections of arc-
hives and historic docu-
ments covering the Nazi era
and World War II.
"The Great Entertainer"
European Parliament
chairman, Simone Veil,
herself a survivor of Au-
schwitz, called for a con-
.
tinuation of historic re-
Pianist-Organist
search on the Nazi period ,/
and the Holocaust to pro-
Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.
vide "evidence to counter
PONTIAC-OAKLAND AIRPORT
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NEW YORK — Yeshiva
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back $35 million in loans by
Feb. 2 under a plan which
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additional $61 million in old
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